Are you a Power Director? Want to win some prizes? Check out CyberLink’s new community to learn more.
Here is what they said:
London — November 28, 2011 — Video enthusiasts who use CyberLink’s PowerDirector, the world’s fastest video editor, today have a new outlet to share their love and state emphatically, “I am a Power Director!”. CyberLink Corp. (5203.TW) today unveiled a new community, I Am A Power Director for PowerDirector users to express their affinity for the video editor that is the choice for millions of users around the globe.
The only qualifications to become a Power Director are enthusiasm for PowerDirector and the submission of a testimonial—which can be a video, photo or short essay—describing the unique benefits it brings them. Many prospective Power Directors already actively participate in the DirectorZone website, the world’s largest online community of video editing enthusiasts, with more than two million members.
Visitors to the I Am A Power Director! community will be invited to vote for their favorite testimonials. Those who receive more than 100 votes will become PowerDirector Evangelists and will have the chance to win CyberLink Software, including PowerDVD 11 Ultra and PhotoDirector, in addition to other exciting prizes. CyberLink will post a selection of testimonials to its Facebook page, the CyberLink Youtube channel and the DirectorZone website. Complete rules and details on the campaign can be found at http://www.iamapowerdirector.com.
“A vast, fast-growing number of people around the world make PowerDirector their video editor of choice,” said Alice H. Chang, CEO of CyberLink. “There is no better way to capture our users’ enthusiasm about how our software enhances their hobby than by asking them to share, in their own unique way, how they are a Power Director.”
Anyone interested in video editing or in learning more about the capabilities of PowerDirector should visit http://www.iamapowerdirector.com and watch our video commercials, one of which is available here:
So what are you waiting for?